Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 18, 1959 · Page 6
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September 18, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, September 18, 1959
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-Junior Editors Quiz on- CLOTH QUESTION: Why do we call cheesecloth by that name? ANSWER: Cheesecloth is a thin, open meshed cotton material that is very soft but has considerable strength. It is called cheesecloth because it is sometimes used in making cheese. Cottage cheese, for example, is sometimes made this way: Sour milk is heated over a low flame so that it curds. The curds then are placed in cheesecloth so that as much liquid, or whey, as possible is strained off. Then the cheese is stirred with a steel form, salted lightly and is ready for use. Cheesecloth makes excellent dust* cloths and is often used to polish automobiles. FOR YOU TO DO: Take some ordinary cottage cheese and put it in a square of cheesecloth. Then squeeze or press it, as the girl in the picture is doing, to see if you can get any moisture out of it. (Linda Thomas of Bethalto, III., wins $10 for this question. Mail your question on a postcard to Violet Moore Higgins, AP Newsfeatures, in care of this newspaper. If similar questions are received, Mrs. Higgins will make the final selection.) CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "I suppose you could say I am partly to blamel I let my »ix-yearold grandson hear me claim it was puncture-proofi" SIDE GLANCES By Galbrairh ml / TJU. Rf «A p«t OH. e by NEA Stniu, Inc. 'I love our grandchildren, Effie, but with a house that size twelve might visit us at oncel" SWEETIE PIE By Nodine Seltzer ' • OUT OUR WAY BY J. R. WILLIAMS OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPL1 3 ft AW <3fi AH T.M. R»j. U.S. Pit. C 1959 by MA U:\ht. "Your daughter been painting again?" TIZZY By Kate Osann 'Sometimes Herbie's very adult and well-behaved, but usually he's normal!" Kid Stuff Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Spinning toy 4 Girl's toy 8 Window part 1 12 Zoo favorite 13 Wine cups 14 Great Lake 15 Damage 16 Giggling 18 Girl's name 20 What a kite docs 21 No kid 22 Dash 24 Sheet of glass 26 Malayan dagger 27 Soak up 30 Asian cpuntry 32 Cancel 34 British admiral 135 Amatory 36 Fuel 37 Lunch time 30 Kids' favorite saint 40 Word kkte often hear 41 Musical notes 42 Malicious burning 46 What sad kids arc 40 Eternal 51 Anger f>2 Border 53 Gaelic 54 Self 55 Watches 56 Employed 57 Lair DOWN 1 What kids* pets should be 2 Gem 3 Classified ads 4 What tcen- aged kids did 5 Leave out 6 Flog (colL) A M O 6> T E N o $ P A P o P Y E l_ E K F> A M E N gU M 1 1_ E & A <=> 4, E S ElA T E P A T E tzl,. (Z f=. P» L -m. T MA a M 1 fs V O E= E Ml A 1 l_ A 1 l_ N A, T iE N E P l_ o N O T T E 1 A Ml A c M T O P» E •s i K E U O p» N E R o A P A R E- e E T A p» i_ A M E. tz E 4> o i l_ s 7 Navy vessel 8 Finch 9 Eye part 10 Mark 11 Limbs 17 Classroom tool 19 Freshmen 23 Cool cloth 24 Pain 25 Region 26 Church law 27 No longer hungry 28 Of the car 29 Dry measure 31 Pcrfurne ingredient 33 Dead duck (slang) 38 Water animals 40 Medicinal quantities 41 Destroyed 42 Playing cards 43 Counsel •14 Herb 46 Essential being 47 Prod 48 Bey's name 50 Romanian coin 1 i } 4 7 b 7 8 9 K> II \l \1 17 18 II mu w a 15 • • zr ft *> • y\ % • • 40 • • * 17 19 % % 57 18 Wise Guy EDGAR MARTIN MOM OvJE.CV.^W^ OUT* "XO 0* JJ '^OVJS. , THAT NIGHT BOSS ^*=s ^-*^5^-»=a4 WEARS 5MOKEP --?='^-" T::=: ^S.Si!~i CLASSES SOTH' i*^^S^?-^~Swl GAM6 CAN'T TEU. ^Hl^- —-^iBrarfS ^s -VJP HE'S ASLEEP/ 'i iv I t i/AMfv 11 * • & . I — Of !/• A A6ER5 GARNERED A F0RTUM& WITH A FEW HOURS 1 TOIL/.TMElR SflNe/'ROtKACHE,* HAS CHARrAED Th\E AlATIO^/—HAV< KAFP/^.AMAMiOFM.Y MUSICAL ATTAIMME^T$ COULD EASILY SURPASS THES5 U^TRAIMED STR1PLINSS SY SENSATIOMAL NUMBER/ A\V WORD,/MARTHA, HERE'S Ai -I'OU'RS STUCK O^tHB SLACK ^ 5 y^ ( p y^u'RS COUK.T- IMS A 6USHER. THE LAST TIME-YOU , iSANSOM5 0PVOUR COMPOSITIOMS A SPACE- OFWILDTJUCKS FLEW •DOWM OUR CHlMNEy/ J2 KIE CLAIMED ( IT WAS A NiEW DUCK CALL =fl-,6 . i M . us. c BUGS BUNNY Boomerang BY AL VERMEER BY V. T. HAMLIN BY DICK CAVALLI FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS Better Hurry JUME IS PRESIDENT Of THE DEBATE- CUJB, EDITOR of THE SCHCOL PAPER, CAPIAIM OF THE 6IRLS' VOLLEYBALL TEAM AMO HEAD CHEERI^ADER/ PLLIS, SHE 'S TAXING A CXLB3E MAJOR COURSE W/TH AN EXTRA BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MI6MT ySOjOOL CLASS//I THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE Ml OOPS/T^EYVVHAT 5 TIME/ WRONG? BY MERRILL BLOSSER |"7HIS IS THE DAY I MAVF ) A 4-15' To 4:25" SODA y~ x APPOINTMENT WITH HER/ r 1969 by NEA &orvic<. )< K . TV ht g . u.b r.ii. OH. Defends Vic BY WILSON SCRUGGS MKS. WAVNE, IMASIWe^ HOW MDU WOULD FEEL IF YOU HAD REASOWTO BELIEVE yOUK WASELOPIWSWITHA BEATMIKPIAWOPLAVER/ BY LESLIE TURNER

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